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| Joomla

Sometimes when building a new site or making changes to an existing site, you want to have the site online, yet in an offline mode. When a Joomla website is set to offline, the site is put behind a login and special rights are needed to login from the frontend. Super users can login to the frontend but have extra things visible like editing buttons and unpublished articles. If you want to see the site for you client or yourself as a public user, you can setup a special group to use for this function.

Keep reading to learn how.

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| Joomla

Session Lifetime

By default, Joomla has a 15 minute session time for logged in users, meaning if a user goes inactive for more than 15 minutes, they are automatically logged out and need to enter their credentials again. But, sometimes you need longer session times, for instance, when you are developing a site and don’t want to be logging in over and over. Or, maybe you have some very long forms for logged in users to complete and you don’t want their session expiring before they can hit the submit button.

So, let’s take a look at changing the session time in the backend of Joomla.

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